A booming industry, women's skin care is finally becoming more about smart choices. Whether it's something women are doing to help remain competitive or to help ward off the signs of growing old, women of all ages and all walks of life are starting to care about using the right types of products for their skin type.
Besides all the regular enemies of skin like dehydration, poor diet and cold weather, women's skin needs protection from the sun. Daily sun exposure requires the application of sunscreen or face cream with spf30+, in addition to wearing sun protection clothing, sun hat and UV swimwear to protect the skin all day long from the sun’s UVA and UVB which causes skin damage and worst skin cancer.
If you want to avoid having your appearance referred to as 'weather beaten' you had better start protecting your skin from the sun. Sunburns aren't sexy and neither are the signs of premature aging. If men are confident enough to walk around with heavy white zinc on their noses and lips, then you can be woman enough to apply sunscreen and wear sun clothing and UV swimwear when you're outdoors walking, shopping, working or playing.
Moisturizing is important to help skin seal in moisture. Choose
moisturizing products with sun protection factors that also condition
skin such as those that contain vitamins or aloe vera.
Remember that your face isn't the only part of your body that's covered with skin. Keep all skin protected when outdoor, wear UV protective clothing, sun hat and sunblock swimsuits coverup with UPF50+ certification which blocks >97.5% of the sun UV radiation.
And finally, live the good life. Eat right, exercise moderately, don't smoke, and limit your intake of alcoholic beverages, all of which help keep skin healthy. That's the part of women's skin care you don't often hear much about.